Allied Health Jobs in New Britain, Connecticut

Find the latest allied health jobs in New Britain, Connecticut. Sunbelt has a diverse range of jobs for you to choose from, whether you're looking for a travel, contract, or permanent position.

At Sunbelt Staffing, we tailor your assignment to fit your wants and needs – from location to assignment length, pay, and benefits. Discover your dream job through Sunbelt and complete your application today!

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Travel Respiratory Therapist job in Connecticut
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Sunbelt Staffing is currently seeking a qualified Respiratory Therapist for a position in New Britain, Connecticut. Travel experience is preferred, but newcomers are welcome to apply. The ideal candidate will have a Connecticut license and critical care experience.

Qualifications:

  • Connecticut license 
  • 2 Years of experience is required
  • BLS, Rapid Response Protocol Approved
  • RRT

Job details:

  • Contract position 
  • Night shifts

Here at Sunbelt Staffing, we live by a simple motto: "We make life better for those who make lives better."

In addition to an attentive team that is always available, we offer:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Top of the line Medical, Vision and Dental Benefits
  • 401(k) with employee contribution
  • Referral Bonus
  • Short Term Disability
  • Reimbursement for CEU and Licensure

If interested in this opportunity or would like to hear about others, apply today and email Jennifer.weiner@sunbeltstaffing.com to schedule a time to discuss.

 

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